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Major Paper II: Writing to Analyze
Purpose and Description
We analyze texts for many reasons. For one, doing so helps us to think critically about the
information we consume. (As you have hopefully discovered, not all information is reliable.)
Secondly, it enables us to take part in conversations and help others think critically about the
information they consume, including that which we communicate to them. Building on these
premises, your aim for this assignment will be to develop and refine your inquiry by 1) analyzing
how authors make arguments, and 2) exploring how those arguments potentially shape audience
understanding of the public issue you have been researching. The stakes involved—and what we
gain by taking part in this type of intellectual work—will vary according to your topic and with
respect to what you want to accomplish through your analysis. Please consider the following as
you undertake and complete this assignment.

Invention and Inquiry
Select a text that contrasts the source you analyzed in Writing Exercise II;
Analyze the text according to criteria established in Writing Exercise II;
Identify how each author argues about and represents the topic in similar and different ways;
Take notes as you conduct your analysis, and consider how these texts function as a type of filter
or screen through which audiences understand the topic;
Draft a thesis statement that suggests how and the ends to which these authors use rhetorical
strategies to shape the conversation and what that means for the way readers understand the
topic in question.
The Composing Process
Introduce your topic and define the scope of your paper;
Present a thesis that you will develop based on your analysis;
Offer some background on your topic to set up your analysis;
Carry out your analysis according to the specified rhetorical framework;
Lead readers to a conclusion about the ways in which these texts/authors make arguments and
shape understanding of your research topic. How do they use writing and rhetoric to achieve
their objectives? What are the stakes involved? What do we stand to gain or lose by thinking
critically (or not thinking critically) about these and other sources? Why should we or anyone
else care?
Conclude your essay by pointing toward additional research and analysis that can be done to
better understand the issue as part of an ongoing conversation.
The audience for this assignment is your instructor, your classmates, and, in general, anyone who
can access and read information online. You should anticipate that readers have some education
and knowledge of the subject but do not necessarily possess a clear or complete understanding
of it—or the ways in which authors rhetorically craft information to influence thought and
action.

 

Specific Requirements
Your essay should:
Analyze two sources that represent differing views on your topic;
Develop a clear and compelling thesis based on thorough analysis;

Draw a conclusion about the ways in which the authors use rhetorical techniques to shape
understanding of the topic (and why that should matter to your readers);
Be written in a clear, precise, and active prose style;
Cite sources correctly using proper Chicago style;
Include a title that reflects the spirit and scope of the essay;
Be 4-5 pages in length (double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12 point serif font);
Be uploaded to Canvas as a Word document by the deadline (consult your course syllabus for
details).
You are now at a point where you have gathered information about a topic and have begun to
define the boundaries of a conversation. Analyzing different or competing voices in the
conversation takes things a step further: i.e., it helps you evaluate the validity of what people are
saying and, from there, make a reasoned and well-informed argument—our main objective for
Project III. Please contact me if you have questions about this assignment or anything else
related to the course.
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